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    The Upland Almanac Summer 2021

    This issue features Road Notes: A Fine Day in Quarantine, Landings: Every Cog and Wheel, Destinations: Hungry Trout Resort, Holding On and Letting Go, In Praise of Wild Tables, Finding Thiings, Day’s End, and much more.

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    Opportunities and Challenges in Sagebrush Conservation Documented in Series of Reports

    Wildlife Management Institute, Author: Jodi Stemler

    Over the past month, a series of reports have documented challenges in the efforts to conserve sa... ...Read More >

     

    Establishing soft or hard mast for gamebirds and improve your hunting in the bargain

    Ruffed Grouse Society/American Woodcock Society Author: Mark Herwig

    A few years ago, a buddy and I made an interesting “discovery of the grouse kind” while hunting a... ...Read More >

     

    USDA Delivers Welcome News with Expansion and Improvements to Conservation Reserve Program

    Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever, Author Jared Wiklund

    St. Paul, Minn. – April 21, 2021 – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) today annou... ...Read More >


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    Greetings

    column by: John C. Gosselin

    With all the pain, suffering, inconvenience, uncertainty and fear that COVID-19 has generated among Americans, one positive note can be sounded: The virus has encouraged people to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. ...Read More >

     

    Mailbox

    column by: The Upland Almanac Staff

    Like Tom Carney (“Tailfeathers,” Spring 2021), I also had a Barbour waxed cotton jacket that I stopped wearing for several reasons. I found it to not be completely waterproof, and in fact it made me feel cold and clammy in cold, dry weather. I also did not want to look like the yuppie that decided to look the part of an outdoorsman by buying the latest outdoor fashion statement. ...Read More >

     

    Dreams . . . Delivered

    column by: The Upland Almanac Staff

    Dog: Tara, Irish red and white setter ...Read More >

     

    Flushes & Noteworthy Points

    Sophie's Choice or Yours, Feathery Designs Take Flight
    column by: The Upland Almanac Staff

    Regular readers of The Upland Almanac know we like to use this department to alert them to items they might find interesting about some of our regular contributors. ...Read More >

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